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Last Unicorn (Das Letzte Einhorn) Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 7 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: EMI/Virgin
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000071IL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,556 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Last Unicorn
2. Man's Road
3. In The Sea
4. Now That I'm A Woman
5. That's All I've Got To Say
6. The Last Unicorn Part 2
7. Forest Awakens
8. Red Soup
9. Red Bull Attacks
10. The Cat
11. The Tree
12. Haggard's Unicorns
13. Bull-Unicorn-Woman
14. Unicorns In The Sea
15. Unicorn And Lear


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Format: Audio CD
The music is the perfect backdrop to a magnificent faerie tale. I went to sleep with this music in my head as a child and still know every word as an adult. It's a great cd with excellent sound quality. It's just a shame it has to be so expensive because an American distributor won't pick it up....Ironic that a soundtrack by a band named America is an import only.
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By C. Eberlein on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Many know that the Rankin-Bass animated film, The Last Unicorn, is by far my all-time favorite movie. It rocks! I've always loved it. I just received the soundtrack in the mail today and I was overjoyed beyond all reason, peeps! It's awesome! Beyond words! No way to describe the beautiful music that accompanies such a beautiful, enthralling film. 5 out of 5 is too low: How about 10 outta 5, folks?!
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Format: Audio CD
I'm delighted to say that "The Last Unicorn" is a fantastic record that glows in the purest essence. Composed by Jimmy Webb, the actual score (which is performed by the London Symphony Orchestra) is quite authentic in its medieval setting; it echos a storybook world of kings, damsels, sorcerers, and of course, one unicorn who searches far and wide for her missing ancestors. While wisely avoiding his aim for a children's audience, Webb allowed the music to emit both mystery and myth. At the same time, the album's instrumental numbers flow along with the story and its characters. The ominous "Red Bull Attacks," for example, is dominated by its droning horns and crashing symbols; it can easily make one feel the heat of the Bull's scorching fire, which incinerates everything in its path. "The Cat's" sliding, high-pitched fiddle and piano keys emphasize a feline's slinky torso and curious yellow eyes. "Bull-Unicorn-Woman" may as well take place in a lavish ballroom, where dashing gentlemen and coquettish ladies dance together and make merry in wine.
Unlike the soundtracks of other 1980's fantasy films (most notably "Labrynth" and "The Neverending Story"), this one does NOT feature any new wave sythensizers, despite the presence of the pop group America. In the album's first five tracks, the band members play the wandering minstrels; they present simple, gentle tunes that delicately mix acoustic guitars with violins, woodwinds, and harp strings. "The Last Unicorn's" glittering title track foreshadows the tale about to be told while the chorus's volume rises and falls like the sun. The harmonious "Man's Road" is meant to take listeners down a shimmering trail of tears, leaving one alone in an empty void.
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By Emily on Nov. 6 2003
Format: Audio CD
I saw this movie for the first time, I can't even remember when. And now, at age 16, I still cry whenever I hear any of these songs. Each of the songs sum up the movie, its story, its message so well. It leaves a haunting, indescribable feeling with you. I'm telling you, this soundtrack is more than worth the money.
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By Becki Cowatch on July 16 2003
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge fan of this movie. It captures all that is true in the hearts of those who believe in love and faith. It is a picture that involves every aspect of what we want in our movies without the gore and language that even cartoons have nowadays. At 25 years of age, I still get teary-eyed when I see this movie, and now, with the music from it, I can relive the powerful moments without having to turn on the tv. The only thing I didn't like was that, though it is beautifully sung, the song Now That I'm A Woman is not the one from the movie itself. But, all in all, this is one of my favorite soundtracks. I can't wait until my sister gets hers at Christmas! I just hope she doesn't read this before then!
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By A Customer on June 9 2003
Format: Audio CD
I first saw this movie at the age of 6 in what was then West Germany. I memorized every word to every song on the movie by age 7. Then at age 8, when I started learning to play the piano, I taught myself how to play them on my little keyboard. These songs made a huge difference in my life, as now I love music and singing more than ever. After I got married and had children I started searching for a copy of this movie again. I finally found one after I had my last child, my daughter. Now she loves this movie too. My mother even found an old tank top she bought for me when she first got me the movie in 1982 and gave it to my soon-to-be-3 yr old. I recommend this movie to everyone who has little girls. It is a wonderful movie for anyone.
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By A Customer on May 8 2003
Format: Audio CD
This disc is wonderful, it will whisk you back to childhood for a second with its superbly cheasy toons. A must have for any fan of the film, and a great soundtrack to share with your children.
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By FlyingDream on April 18 2003
Format: Audio CD
The music for the movie is fantastic.Soft lyrical notes and so forth.You will enjoy this treat of having a simply CD.
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